‘Slechtvalk’ says “We Have to Test Your Patience Once More” (New Album Out Early 2016)


slechtvalk_logoThe Dutch extreme metal band Slechtvalk finished recording their new album In April. The upcoming yet untitled album is recorded, mixed & mastered with Lasse Lammert at the LSD-Studio in Lübeck (Germany). As previously reported, the release date for the new album has been pushed back to Jan. 2016.

A new update is following below:

“Unfortunately we were still not completely satisfied with the final mix we received a month ago and had to wait for Lasse to find the time in his busy schedule to adjust it, but he is finishing up now! He has done a great job so far, but we can be a bit picky ;)”

“A month ago we received a set of rough sketches from Raymond Swanland, which were very promising and it was hard to make a choice for him to continue with, so we asked him to combine some elements of different sketches and he set to work on it and thought he would have a finished product within a couple of weeks. “It has been several weeks since, so hopefully we’ll receive word from him any day now, but we’ll keep reminding him ;)”

“And once the cover-artwork is finished, our other contact can start working on the interior/packaging artwork based on Raymond‘s work. And we’ll need it for our T-shirt/poster designs etc. So we have to test your patience once more…”

“Our ‘Come to a rehearsal!’-perk gave one person the privilege to visit us during one of our rehearsals and bring a friend.”


 We provided snacks and drinks:
 They (and we) had a great time and of course we’ve played some songs too:
All 10 songs of the new album
+ TMWBGMNL (special request)
+ Call to Arms (special request)
+ a botched War of the Ancients (special request)
+ Enthroned (special request)
+ Allegiance (special request)
+ Tamers of the Seas
+ Vengeance of a Scorned King
+ And Thus It Burns


Slechtvalk‘s latest album “A Forlorn Throne” was released in the summer of 2010 through the German record label Whirlwind Records, and once and for all proved Slechtvalk’s dominance as one of the best Dutch Blackmetalacts, receiving excellent reviews throughout Europe.

To read our album review, for “A Forlorn Throne” click here.

Slechtvalk‘s keyboard player Premnath Gonesh has released his second solo album “Circumstantia” in November of last year, find the review here.

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